A benchmark week for privacy

Posted on 28 May 2015 by Nigel Tait

Privacy is something we’re entitled to take for granted. We should be able to assume that our private conversations aren’t being listened to, that we can sunbathe in our gardens in the happy belief that no one is photographing us, and that we won’t ever see our medical or sexual history published to the world at large.


Sanctions: What to do if the “black cat has crossed the road”

Posted on 21 May 2015 by Lawrence Northmore-Ball

Санкции: что делать, если «черный кот дорогу перешел»

There are currently several ‘blacklists’ of Russian individuals and businesses. The EU, US, Japan and a number of other countries have all imposed targeted sanctions and restrictive measures.


Ultra High Net Worth Individuals, Privacy Laws, And The Evolution Of Drones

Posted on 18 May 2015 by Rebecca Toman

Ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals and those in the public eye face yet another challenge as they seek to maintain their privacy: drones.


The Risk Of Targeted Sanctions

Posted on 14 May 2015 by Guy Martin

Head of International Law Guy Martin has written an article in the leading Qatar business magazine the Edge on the risks of targeted sanctions.


EU Best Practices paper on the effective implementation of restrictive measures: 2015 update

Posted on 01 May 2015 by Miranda Rushton

The “Sanctions” formation of the EU Council’s Foreign Relations Counsellors Working Party has released an updated version of the paper on EU Best Practices for the effective implementation of restrictive measures.


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